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Page 9 text:
As the war situation became more and more complicated, our lives
at school became more and more complex. Every day we were asked
to do something different to aid in the war effort. We contributed
to the Red Cross, both in money and in time by rolling bandages.
Stamp and bond sales increased by leaps and bounds each week. The
Sunshine Society did their part by industriously knitting an afghan
for convalescent soldiers. Lebanon High won state-wide recognition
for contributions to the scrap metal drive. Each and everyone in
school went Mall outmfor Uncle Sam whenever he was asked to
help in any way toward winning the war.
When it became apparent that the draft would include eighteen
and nineteen-year-olds and that both boys and girls would be in
strenuous war work sooner or later, o11r attention was turned toward
making our bodies physically fit for the hard work ahead of us.
As a result, everyone was required to take an hour a day of rigorous
calisthenics. Along with these exercises, we were required to spend
an hour a week learning the rudimcnts of first aid. These added
subjects caused a radical change in our daily program-Qstudy periods
were scarcer, added home work was much in evidence and an abund-
ance of sore muscles was predominant. Many new subjects were
added to the list of those available. Interest was focused on tl1e more
technical subjects such as aeronautics and radio electricity.
All in all. 194-3 has been a busy year. a year full of unex
'V' pected events and strange happenings. Vife have been hurried
a11d rushed, bewildered and worried. It has been a year we
will never forget. During its course. we have done countless
things we didn't eve11 dream last year we would be doing.
, We didnft regret any of the backaches or headaches caused
iw by our strenuous activities. Ours was but a small contribution
toward the final goal-victory!
Page 8 text:
Iaminalecf Um aaa -
Pearl HarborQSunday., December 7, 1941--a day that is to be imprinted for-
ever upon the minds of people like us in high schools all over the United States,
a day which necessitated drastic changes in the ordinary humdrum routine of
school life. The surprise attack by the Japanese upon United States possessions
and the almost instantaneous declaration of war by tl1e United States made all
of us realize that our lives would not be the same again for quite some time.
We realized the added responsibilities which rested upon our shoulders-upon
us, the hope of tomorrow. Our task will be the establishing of a permanent peace
after those who are now concerned with prospective peace negotiations are dead
and gone. Our job will be to lllflke the World safe for our children and in turn for
their children. Witli this in mind, we adjusted ourselves to a new War program
and accepted the fact that school couldn't be Wbusiness as usual" until We were
fully prepared to face the problems which awaited us after We had received our
Some L.H.S. students, wishing to aid in their
countryis defense, left their studies to fill places in
the Armed Forces of the United States. Many of our
classmates are now in the midst of battles for free-
I, dom, and it is quite probable that some of these sons
X I of Lebanon will not return to us. To them We pay
X, mx X tribute.
Arrangements were made for some of us to attend school iw X
half days in order that we might work in our humming War , '
factories. We got our share of grimy clothes, dirty faces and
weary bodies. By doing so, we became skilled in using deli-
cate machinery so vital to our country's Welfare. We didnot ":4
mind the hard work, though, because together we were striv- ' ll E
ing for a common goal-victory. Page F our
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After heing in L.H.S. for a while, We become accustomed to the suffocating odors a11d
earth-rocking explosions coming from the general direction of the chemistry and physics
laboratory. Young Einsteins therein delve into the mysteries of these sciences and are
sometimes amazed at their discoveries. They find that the aroma of common rotten eggs
is in reality H2304 and delight in making everyone else in the building acutely conscious
of that fact. Aside from the various odors, there is a wide variety of sounds which may
he heard in the halls. Buzzing and Whirring noises emanating from the Wood and metal
shops indicate the business of those practical people who make things with their hands.
They learn to make over old autos fquite in demandj and create tables, chairs, heds
and other things which might come in handy one of these days.
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